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Peake ReLeaf In The News

As a medical dispensary in an emerging market like Maryland, our views concerning the the industry and our journey to our opening have been catalogued and quoted in the media – including newspapers, magazines, and websites. We frequently express our views regarding the positive impact this industry will continue to have in Maryland, while also being transparent about the challenges we’ve faced along the way.

Check out the places that Peake ReLeaf has been featured in below!

Edibles and Sleep on Fox 5 DC

Curious if cannabis products can help you sleep? Check out Tracey on Fox 5 DC addressing that and more – including highlighting how cannabis compounds can affect the effectiveness and ability to sleep deeper and better for a longer period of time!

Meet Tracey Miller

Peake ReLeaf’s EVP Tracey Miller was profiled by CanvasRebel, a website focused on stories that illustrate the trends and insights of brilliant small business owners, artists and creatives from across the community.

Recreational marijuana now legal in Maryland

ROCKVILLE, MD (DC News Now) — Peake ReLeaf found itself with extra business Saturday. Customers filled the store to take advantage of the first day marijuana sales for recreational use across…

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Quadruple the customers: Maryland dispensaries see high volume on first day of recreational cannabis legalization

Maryland dispensary owners seeing a larger volume of customers on Saturday, the first day of legalized recreational cannabis in the state. (7News)

The MJ Connect

Recently voted the #1 Dispensary in Southern Montgomery County. More info HERE.

Bethsda Magazine

Warren Lemley, our President and one of our co-founders, was featured in the November issue of Bethesda Magazine in the article, “A New Leaf.” In the article, he speaks about his previous experiences in the restaurant industry as well as the personal costs of being a pioneer in the medical cannabis industry here in Maryland.

The Washington Post

Our Executive Vice President, and one of our co-founders, Tracey Lancaster Miller, discussed our experiences with Instagram and their policies with The Washington Post in the article, “Marijuana education or illegal drug-selling? Instagram’s not sure.” While Instagram and Facebook do seemingly allow for cannabis education and outreach/advocacy, there seems to be a disconnect between what the community and what Instagram considers educational. We believe that providing all details regarding medication and its use is essential for patients, and helps them make the best decision regarding their care. And we will keep striving to do that, even as we are on our third Instagram account.

National Cannabis Festival

Recently, The National Cannabis Festival sat down with the Peake ReLeaf founders to learn more about our story, the company mission and what’s in store for 2021.

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